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Russian president Vladimir Putin really dislikes the internet. Now, he's taking his oversight of the web a step further by requiring all websites with more than 3,000 PVs per day to register with a Russian government media oversight department named Roskomnadzor, reports Dazed Digital. That will include blogs and Twitter accounts. Style bloggers, you've been warned. [Dazed Digital]